Dramarama

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Dramarama was a British children's anthology series broadcast on ITV between 1983 and 1989. The series tended to feature single dramas with a science fiction, supernatural and occasionally satirical theme. It was created by Anna Home, then head of...read more

Dramarama was a British children's anthology series broadcast on ITV between 1983 and 1989. The series tended to feature single dramas with a science fiction, supernatural and occasionally satirical theme. It was created by Anna Home, then head of children's and youth programming at TVS; however, the dramas themselves were produced by a total of twelve ITV regional companies. Thus, each episode was in practice a one-off production with its own cast and crew, up to and including the executive producer.

Original Release

09/12/1983

Cast

(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Codzmorf Monday, 12 June 1989
2 Ghost Story Monday, 19 June 1989
3 Badger Monday, 26 June 1989
4 Back to Front Monday, 03 July 1989
5 Monstrous Monday, 10 July 1989
6 The Pisces Connection Monday, 17 July 1989
7 Rosie the Great Monday, 24 July 1989
8 Snakes & Loofahs Monday, 31 July 1989
9 Just Wild About Harry Monday, 07 August 1989
10 Mitchin' Monday, 14 August 1989
11 In the Pink Monday, 21 August 1989
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Directors

Geoff Husson, Haldane Duncan, Alistair Clarke, Diarmuid Lawrence, Michael Kerrigan, Roger Cheveley, Pennant Roberts, Kay Patrick, Peter Tabern, David Andrews, Renny Rye, Alister Hallum, Gareth Morgan, Kenneth Price, Richard Bramall, Terry Miller, Terry Harding, John Darnell, J. Nigel Pickard, Oliver Horsbrugh, Mike Holgate, Christopher Barry, Tony Kysh, Peter Duguid, Keith Washington, Neville Green, Rod Natkiel, Fiona Cumming, Peter Grimwade, David Crozier, Stephen Butcher, Andrew Gardner, Mike Connor, Patrick Titley, Vic Hughes, Mike Healey, Jim McCann, Jim McGann, Spencer Campbell, John Michael Phillips, Julian Jarrold, Michael Winterbottom, John Woods, Andrew Morgan, Patrick Lau

Writers

Grazyna Monvid, Alan Banham, David Blake, Nigel Crowle, Nigel Baldwin, Janice Hally, Anthony Horowitz, Kay Mellor, Dave Sheasby, Ann-Marie di Mambro, Janey Preger, Alex Norton, Nick McCarty, Harry Duffin, James Graham, Adele Rose, David Stafford, John Chambers, Andy Smith, Alan England, Janni Howker, James Doran, James Andrew Hall, Tony Allen, Jan Mark, Jenny McDade, Gary Hopkins, Valerie Georgeson, Gerry Huxham, Paul Abbott, Ben Steed, Tony Haase, Peter Grimwade, Brian McAvera, Claud Holmes, Richard Marsh, Charlotte Keatley, Colin Davis, John Fox, Jean Ure, Tessa Krailing, Richard Morss, Ken Robinson, John Herriman, Margaret Mahy, Richard Cooper, Andy Robson, Michael Bartlett, Jon Blake, Yogesh Asthana, Peter Cave, Robert Forrest, Linda Hoy, Bill Oddie, Trevor Preston, Robin Driscoll, Brian Trueman, Donald Churchill, Stuart Hepburn, Mark Everest, Jan Needle, Dave Humphries, Maggie Wadey, Matthew Bardsley, Jane Hollowood, Gail Renard, Glenn Chandler, Dennis Spooner, George Markstein, Brian Finch, Peter Corey, Polly Churchill, George Orwell, Geoffrey Case, Laura Beaumont

Cast

Producers

Editors

Nigel Bell, John Price, Ray Ball, Dave Lewinton, Mycal Miller, Grant Goodwin, Pat Devine, John McCarthy, Richard Bradley, Roderic Cooke, Graham Thompson, Colin Bocking

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